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Posted by PMPimbura on April 23, 2003 at 10:30:24:
In Reply to: When good sand boas go bad, or, cannibalism in Eryx jayakari posted by jfmoore on April 13, 2003 at 04:09:17:
I routinely house my retic and ball together when space gets short. They cuddle together. I have heard that this is a sign of compatibility. If they stay at opposite ends of the cage it is time to worry. Even if one doesn't kill the other and eat it there could be biting, scarring, etc. I did hear a story about a red tail that killed another red tail that got caught up in the constriction of a prey item. That is why I house together sometimes but always feed seperately.